Foods to Improve our Vision


As we age from forty-four years old, our vision will deteriorate. As practitioners of life cultivation, we infer that our kidneys are performing below par, and that we do not have sufficient blood and nutrients to reach our eyes. Thus we must be careful on what we eat to prevent further vision problems.

This is a normal phenomenon. The main reasons for this to happen are the imbalance of multivitamins and minerals, especially the lack of vitamin A, lutein, and zeaxanthin.


Food and drink rules

As a preventive measure, we must follow the following rules in our diet:

  • Foods and drinks seasonings must be light (less sodium)
  • Eat more beans and nuts, fruits and vegetables
  • Avoid high fat and fried foods
  • Add animal livers (chicken liver, goat liver, calf liver, and pig liver) to our diet, but not to exceed thirty grams each time, and not to exceed three times a week

Good foods

We include the following common foods in our diet as much as possible.

  • Black bean
  • Black rice
  • Walnut
  • Sweet potato (yam)
  • Corn
  • Carrot
  • Spinach
  • Tangerine and orange

Uncommon foods

We also include the following less common foods in our diet once in a while.

Bitter melon

Bitter melon (momordica charantia) is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean for its edible fruit.

Goji leaves

Wolfberry leaves are also known as goji leaves in the United States and Goji chai and Kau Kee in Chinese. Wolfberry leaves grow on shrubs that can reach over three meters in height. Goji leaves are herbs that are traditionally used in tea and cuisine and have been recognized as a healthy food.

Lotus Seeds

Lotus seeds (hard to find unless dried) are edible kernels of the lotus plant. The seeds are enclosed inside the water can spout-like fruit pod, arranged in a concentric fashion.


Prunella vulgaris (hard to find unless dried) also known as the common self-heal, heal-all, woundwort, heart-of-the-earth, carpenter’s herb, brownwort or blue curls is a herbaceous plant in the mint family Lamiaceae.


Longan (dried) fruits are available fresh, frozen, canned and dried. We usually eat it fresh as a fruit and canned as a snack. We usually use the dried form in cooking.

Sea Cucumbers

Sea cucumbers are incredibly nutritious and are highly recommended as a good food for men.


Quail is any of roughly 130 species of small short-tailed game birds classified in the families Phasianidae and Odontophoridae (order Galliformes).

Rabbit Meat

Rabbit meat is recommended by the American Heart Association. It is a lean and healthy protein that tastes similar to chicken, but with slightly sweeter taste.

Chinese soft-shelled turtle

The Chinese soft-shelled turtle is native to East Asia. It is an exotic-looking turtle with leathery shells and a snorkel-like head. They are highly recommended as a good food for men.

Rice field eel

Rice field eel, also known as the Asian swamp eel, rice eel, ricefield eel, or rice paddy eel is a commercially important, air-breathing species of fish in the family Synbranchidae. They are highly recommended as a good food for men.

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